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and working americans with journalist nomi prins. also, actor billy gardell is here. he brought his comedic sensibility is to one of the best comedies. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it's the cornerstone we all know. it's not just a street or boulevard, but a place where walmart stands together with your community to make every day better. >> nationwide insurance supports tavis smiley. with every question and every answer, nationwide insurance is proud to join tavis in working to improve financial literacy and remove obstacles to economic empowerment one conversation at a time. nationwide is on your side. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. [captioning made possible by kcet public television] tavis: nomi prins is a journalist who is books include "it takes a pillage." glad to have you back and the program. >> thank you so much. tavis: the parallels are so profound, intentional i assume. or not intentional but timely. >> i think after the last book and seeing how economically devastated we really are since the financial crisis
and billie holiday. by a constituent for her service and selected by a national panel of judges in a small town with a big past. in seneca falls new york, deborah weiner for wbal-tv 11 news. >> tonight at 11:00, she will have more on this historic day and excerpts of her acceptance speech. just ahead, sent to death row 20 years ago and executed last month. the funeral of troy davis took on the political tone today. >> as far as the genetic evidence, i feel she has a good chance. >> arguments over evidence and character, the final days of the switching to progressive could mean hundreds more in your wallet year after year. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. >> more than 1000 people attended the funeral of troy davis today. he was executed last month for a cop killing he insisted he did not commit. speakers called for the death penalty to be abolished. his death sentence was upheld by several judges during years of appeals despite pleas for clemency from people around the world, including the pope. in italy, weird days away from the decision in the ama
from the movie. >> hi, mr. shot, it's peter brent. i apologize to putting you on hold earlier. billy asked me to call you back. he's on another line. >> tell him we want $225,000 for ring cone. >> billy he wants $225, forricardo rincon. please, yes, i added thelease at the end. okay, hold on one second. >> tell him i'll pay for one when i sell him back for twice, i keep the money. >> okay, so billy says he'll pay for rincon himself, but when he sells him for more money next year, he's keeping the profit. okay, thank you very much. wel call you back. thank u. >> come on! come on! >> rose: (laughs) in his latest book he examine it is roots of the financial crisis in several european countries. it's called "boomerang: travels in the new third word." i'm pleased to have chael lewis backto the table. welcome. you like in movie, d't you? >> it's great. it's great. it's very funny. hard to say why but it really works. >> rose: and maybe oscar stuff, oscar contention. why not? >> rose: why did it take so long? this is a classic story written in 2003 and is appearing eight years later in 2011
there are too many of them. >> listen, billy, it should be like survivor, every week from here on in those guys should vote one of those guys off. we have got to whittle this down. >> bill: all right. then last night jay leno asked president obama about the debates. >> now, have you been watching the g.o.p. debates? >> >> i'm going to vote until everybody is voted off the island. [ laughter ] >> once they narrow it down to one or two, i will start paying attention. >> bill: he didn't say -- he was close. the sage from southern california joins dennis miller joins us. the white house send you a check. >> i don't need any more bounced checks. listen, i don't think of that as stealing. that's an easy joke. biden could have figured that one out. i see solyndra as stealing and the 16 buck muffin as stealing. >> bill: i could be absolutely wrong. i am going to submit that they saw the segment, they being the white house communications people and subliminally it stuck. and of course the president has some. here what what happens with jay leno as you know miller been on many times. jay will come in and
of the demonstrations in dwree greece and in london, d people, stanley greenberg, billy clinton's expollster, is deeply involved in street demonstrations in israel. this is truly global. i think ultimately this is aer very serious mistake on obama'sn part and it's way overreaching on his attempt to generate a high turnout on the left, and i think it's going to backfire. i think it will hurt him as badly as it hurt george mcgovern in 1972. >> why the 43rs of those polledp fail to understand what'sl, f happening here? >> first of all, it's only beginning to happen.th this is the first instance of real violence in street demonstrations in the unitedions states. the occupy wall street crowd in manhattan has been fairly pacific. and it's only beginning to comet out that they're anti-semitic, that the muslim groups are involved and stuff like that,an and there's a feeling about income maldistribution. mal in 1980 before reagan took office, those, the top onen percent was making less than 10% income.no now they're making close to 40% of the income. i'm sorry. they were making about 20% of the income, and now
-american. this is great to me. i crated a family that i based on an early billie holiday because she had such a terrible life. -- i created a family that i based on the early life of billie holiday. then i made her family and she became one of the biggest society women in new york. she has the son who turns out to be lucky's half brother. i have always great people of color because that is the world that i live in. i know that i say that because that is true. many writers have a narrow vision. i am happy that a lot of young people, black and white, start to read this at an early age. tavis: a 400 million books later, there is the evidence. all whole lot of people are reading this. her name of course is jackie collins. her new novel is called "goddess of vengeance." jackie collins, i have enjoyed this conversation. >> so have lied. tavis: -- so have i. tavis: thank you for watching, keep the faith. >> for more information on today's show, visit tavis smiley at pbs.org. tavis: hi, i'm tavis smiley. join me next time for a conversation with actress laura dern on her new series "enlightened." e comryty hmu
-- fullable? >> ha lodi natt ave with that sack. third quarter. billy country ditch, a 48-yard field goal. 13-7, ravens in front. >> certainly an odd lead but you also like the fact that billy cundiff was on his game today. >> so was flacco. -- schaub. texans have the lead. uh-oh. >> year, the texans have a very explosive offense. that was a big potheout one-on-one with ed reed. >> ravens counter. flako to torry smith. loved the way the rookie played today. set up the country ditch field goal. >> we're going to start to realize that you cannot outthrow this young man. >> ravens' next possession. joe flacco with protection, and it's anquan boldin on the receiving end. >> what a great chasm. johnathan joseph, one of the premier defensive backs in the lead. but q is one of the premier wide receivers in the national football league. >> that's been that way for years. ray rice in the quarterback, hammering out the win on the ground put it inside the 5. he finish with the 101 yards. >> that second half surge for that offensive line. running it very effectively and ricky williams for that touchdown.
your responsibilities doing legislation. you have the executive branch, and by 1996, billy browned clipped the wings of the city administrator, so we really have the ying and the yang. but when we few advocates come here, all we get is a ding dong. having said that, the only vestige in this adjudication process, giving the constituents of san francisco some sort of representation is the grand jury. while some departments acknowledge that a grand jury, what they do is right and things are going to be implemented. today, you have seen at the mayor's office spew hot ash. so if we have a separate mediator or something, he's going to say something else, on whatever type of analysis we need outside the realm of the close circle. having said that, the population of 816,000, we have 26,000 plus city employees, and it is left to you who are representing the 11 districts of this city and county of san francisco to do what is best. [bell chimes] we do have budgetary problems in spite of having a budget of $6.8 billion, and it is left to you. some of you are in the financial realm. some of you
don't miss the cast of "the princess bride." billy crystal and company nearly 25 years later. >>> thanks for watching. have a great weekend. >> a grandmother convicted of her two-year-old granddaughter. the the punishment she will face. good morning. with your traffic and weather every 10 minutes. perce here is adam. they morning. is friday morning. a little bit of fog. some visibility's will be reduced. get a little bit thicker. notice this is 100. that is the relative humidity. this indicates that the air is saturated. 47 degrees. a cool start today. 43 degrees in frederick. at this.sunshine look the we will break 80 degrees. it to be very sunny. a lower 80s. here is the middle part in next week. >> busy traffic. start in southern maryland. they are doing some striping. all the traffic going north goes up. the things are quiet. this is the beltway university boulevard. is the outer loop. in virginia, they have construction. he can only access the exit. traffic is on there. he can get 50. >> thank you. it is 4:32. a grandmother is found guilty of first-degree murder. date re
it deep down the field for anquan boldii.that's pne of billy cundiff's 5 field gools.ravens ... lead by four. ii the ourth quarter....ricky first ravees touchdown.purple and blackkimporve to 4 and 1. final score... 29 to 144.. over the texans. ii was eeotional against a good opponent good foo uu tt do things throuuhout the game the ravens were finally in a close game in the 4th quarrer, and proved they this mean the fans are even more confident following the game? joel d. smith is live at panera inntowson with that, and more reaction rom the team. good morning joel dd 3 greattwin for 3 3 some peoole will do anything for a freebie...some very adventurous diners chowed down on cockroachhs at six flags over georgia saturday.anyone who successfully ate a madagascar hissing cockroach amusement park. coming up on the early over a decade in the making. maaing.nats of aretha pinging... 3 we take you inside the deeicatioo ceeemony... of the martin luthhr kiig junior monument... in washinnton ddc. ((break 1)) 3&(((ump in)) ((ad lib meteorologist)) 3 ((traffic reporter a
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? it's peter brand. i apologize for putting you on hold earlier. billy asked me to call you back. he is on another line. billy says he needs $225,000 for ricardo rinko. please. yes. i added the please at the end. okay. let me -- hold on one second please. >> tell him i'll pay for one when i get the money. >> so billy says he'll pay for rinko himself but when he sells him for more money next year he's keeping the profit. okay. thank you very much. we'll call you back. thank you. come on! come on! >> that's great. there is a reason for that. what a beautiful morning shot. welcome back to "morning joe." dr. jeffrey sachs is still with us. joining us, best selling author michael lewis out now with his new book, bommerang, travels in the new third world. also with us msnbc political analyst and huffington post media group editorial director howard fineman joining the table this morning. >> big day. today is his son's birthday and your son's hero is? >> michael lewis. >> not me but michael lewis. here is a picture of him. >> oh, that's cute. >> i can do better. >> i had it in my wallet. th
lance, billy, i'm going to say obama won. in the two slot we had romney. in the show position we had gingrich. i'm going to say my guy herman finished out of the money. rick perry, you might have to bring out one of those hospital screens and put him down in the back stretch. that was really -- i knew he had did badly i had no idea how badly he did until that wiz bill burton said he won last night. who in the hell -- how close to air time cancellation before you call that number? what a genius. >> bill: burton is a smart guy, communications guy. is he entitled to his opinion, miller, come on. >> is he a wiz, billy, i hope i can keep up. >> bill: all right. you said obama. >> yeah. >> bill: won the debate. explain that. >> we can't do this 12 more times. we're shooting inside the tent as roger says. it does no good for rick perry to sit there and call mitt romney on a gardner, for god's sake. by the way, rick, if you are watching, let me go to your past gaffe and says if mitt wasn't hiring illegals wouldn't that have been heartless on his part? you have got to get it straight here. he
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your cash back. chase freedom. >>> still ahead, billy gardell says he is living a life like a football making a come back in the second half. a sitcom came around. what is it called? >> mike and,, aaron, you're all set. great, thanks. mike, thanks for doing that discount double check. you saved us hundreds. what was that? the discount double check? it's when we comb through your policies and make sure that you're getting all the discounts you deserve. no, i get that part, but you guys are doing my move. the discount double check move? that's my touchdown dance. so you're a dancer? no, i'm a quarterback. oh, a quarterback. mrr. i'm a robot. mm, mm. ee, er, ee, er. get out of here. [ male announcer ] aaron rodgers got his. how about you? rodgers! discount double check! [ male announcer ] get to a better state. state farm. charge >>> good morning. it's 8:25. let's get caught up on some of the bay area headlines on this monday. >>> two drivers face dui charges this morning after a midnight crash in san francisco. police say eight people were injured when a van rammed a -- rather, ran a red
this on your program way back when because all of it was saddam husein had these weapons. >> come on, billy. come on, billy, let's go, come on, belly, let's go! come on, billy, let's go! >> quit that. [booing] >> get up here! come on! >> i'll give you one more chance, bill. >> i'm not high-fiving you on a war? i'm sorry. >> no just because we are feeling good. >> no, having a conversation. sit down. >> yeah! >> what is the problem then with helping those people that need help? >> you help the people who need help, not the people who refuse to work. you know, nine percent, nine percent of the american population is addicted to substance. are you going to help them? are you going to pay all their bills in is that what you want to do. >> first of all, i don't believe you. >> okay. >> that comes from the department of health and human services. >> i can't prove it but i don't believe you. >> would you like to make a bet? would you like to bet me on that stat? >> i'll bet you a paycheck in. >> happy to do it. come on, let's go, let's go. happy to do it. >> oh, no. >> i'm not going to do it. >> n
, and it has been optioned for major motion picture as has my more recent biography of billy the kid, the endless riot, another nor ton title, so i'd be remiss if i wouldn't share with you at least a spoonful from this rascal son, from charlie floyd who hated to be called "pretty boy." this is really a social history. where this bookends, steinbeck's immortal grapes of wrath begins. you go from fiction to non-fiction. if you read "the grapes of wrath" and plan to reread, you know they talk about charlie floyd in the book because they came from little dixie and oklahoma where floyd resided. they also, of course, charlie, was also a subject of a wonderful song, the "ballot of pretty boy floyd" written by a native of oklahoma, which all of you will probably remember from his great songs, and i'm talking about woody guthrie. he gave his songs to bob dylan. there's a great line that fits this book from the ballot of pretty boy floyd. some men will rob you with a six gun, and some with a fountain pen. now, floyd liked to focus on those fountain pen thieves, the bankers forclosing on the pe
how he did with billy blanks when he joins us live. [ telephone rings ] aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa auto repair? gary... he hung up. ...why do we have so many a's in our name? so we're listed first in the phone book. ya know, gives us an edge. you know fedex can, gives an edge. how? well, fedex ships auto parts from factories around the world, they clear em through customs, and that'll help us fix cars faster. great idea. you know you got a bright future here at aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa... [ male announcer ] supply chain solutions. fedex. solutions that matter. ♪ [ gong ] strawberry banana! [ male announcer ] for a smoothie with real fruit plus veggie nutrition new v8 v-fusion smoothie. could've had a v8. >> good morning, it's tuesday, october 18th. i'm gretchen carlson. we start with a fox news alert. he's free after being held for more than five years. an isreali soldier is released. the price of his freedom? over 1,000 violent brings norse and convicted terrorists. is that a fair trade? we report, you decide. >> the occupy protests are going in popularity and support. first the presiden
. >> senator murkowski was one of 11 inductees tonight along with baltimore is owned billie holiday. president obama headline the annual dinner of the human rights campaign, addressing the gay rights group less than two weeks after the military ended its ban on openly gay service members. in a sharp rebuke of his republican rivals, the president said anyone who wants to be commander-in-chief must support the entire u.s. military, including gay service members. >> i am still hopeful, because of the deeper shift we are seeing, a transformation not only written into our laws but often in -- woven into the fabric of our society. >> as expected, the president did stop short of endorsing a marriage. on the gop side of the equation, more than 1200 but reject republican women gathered in kansas city this weekend. the entire slate of gop presidential conventions were in -- contenders were invited to speak at the convention. the organization held a straw poll today and they will announce the results tomorrow. presidential hopeful rick perry was stumping in new hampshire today. at a town hall meeting, th
has a role in the upcoming bill lill bob -- billy bob thornton movie, but i think chuck has one line. he practiced this same line over and over. we sit on a plane, i forget the line. it was four or five words. it's like he was rehearsing a monologue or something, but, yeah, what's that coming out? >> it's robert duvall, i didn't want to mess it up. i think it's out next fall. there's not a release date set yet, but billy said it'd be late next year. it's a script billy co-wrote, stars in, directs, and it's marvelous, funny, serious, and i know you'll all really enjoy it, and it was an honor to do it. billy called me, we've been friends, he said, listen, i need a band, young guys who understands 60s music. i said, i think i can help you. the guys auditioned, got the gig, and he was grateful, and he said, that worked out. thank you so much. we have not filled the keyboard spot. you know, they used to sometimes have an older guy in the band. [laughter] i said, oh, i can do that, yeah i can do that, 10 he graciously put me in, and he said there's an another line, you get to say one line,
, in my novel that margaret spoke about, about jazz, in it, billy farrell, who is one of a very large number of characters, is a jazz pianist and before he begins playing a black leprechaun appears to him, mr. mcginniss so you can assume it's the ghost of mr. mcginniss. as margaret said, in 1949 we came to the south bronx, which was an irish neighborhood, mostly. i was sort of a spaced-out kid, destined obviously to be a poet. i was this big at 13 and i was a good rollerskater and the kids were amazed and they befriended me. after a while, they recognized that i had some sort of athletic ability and because i was so spaced out, they mistook it for great courage and if they pushed me, i pushed them back. it was just like a game. so they took to me and asked me to join the shamrocks. i even changed my name from ed vega to ed mcveigh. and this is how they passed me off because most of the teams they played were other irish kids. this was a regular football team so, consequently, they listed me as eddie mcveigh. it was great fun and my friends were jimmy flynn, paddy o'connor. my siblings
it deep down the field for anquan boldin.that's one of billy undiff's 5 field goals.ravens ... lead by four. in the fourth quarter....ricky williams punches it in for his first ravens touchdown.purple and black imporve to 4 and 1. final score... 29 to 14... pver the final scooe... 9 to imporve to 4 and 1.purple and black imporve to 4 and 1.final score... 29 to 14... over the texans. it was emotionaa &pagainst a good opponent good team.. they madeit tougg for uu to o things throughout the game the rrvenn say they are even more confident now, after pulling out a close game in the 4th quarter. but what do the faas think bout this nail-biter? joel d. smith is live at panera in towson with that... plus coach harbaugh's brotherrgets in aa scuffle after his game. nfl. great win for the ravens... and i alwayss love showing you what the other city's front page looks like.... (ad lib) let's look at that 4th quarter again. we all wondered.. do the ravens have what it takes to win a closs game, not just one &pwhhre they ddminate like in the rest of their wins this year. w
... setting up ooe of billy cundiff'ss5 field goals.ravens ... lead by four. in the fourthhquarter....ricky williams punches it in for his first ravens touchdown.purple and black imporve to 4 and 1. final score... 29 to 44.. over the ttxans. it was emotional teamm. they madeit tough for us to doothings thrrughout the game the ravens were finally in a close game ii the 4th quarter, and proved hey can pull it out. does this mean tte fans are even more confident following the gamm? oee d. smitt is live at pnd mmre reaccion from the team. good morning joel d. 3 greaa win for the ravens... and i always lovee showing ou whaa the other city's front page looks like... let's look att that 4tt quarter again. again. we all wondered.. do again.that 4th quaater plet's look at like... front page lloks like... again. we all wondered.. do 3 the ravens have what it takes to win a close game, noo just one where they dominate like in the rest of their wins this year. we got the ravens score the final 16 points of this game and go on to win 29-14. how did t
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need your help to find billy ray reed on east 27th street. reed who suffers from schizophrenia was wearing a long brown sleeved shirt and jeans when he disappeared. >>> a memorial service will be held this saturday for jane and william mcquain. they will be remembered by family and friends at cedar brook community church in clarksburg. the family is asking that donations be made throt dwelling place, the money will be used to establish a sports scholarship in they are name. >>> there are showers out to the west primarily. as qlu go from frederick -- go from frederick west, showers west of the frederick area. some of these could make it in here later this evening. we'll keep a few showers. wherever you're headed, i this you're looking good. mild evening. tomorrow into the mid-60s. a good looking day. how much longer can this last? we answer that straight ahead. >>> renee-nicole douceur is due in baltimore. she is the engineer who was rescued from the south pole after suffering a stroke. the weather was too bad it took her two months to get her out. she now over to new zealand, a
. >> why, because they have billy clubs for the second time in two weeks. do you see what is going on? the streets are burning this is a revolution. >> the reason you can see -- >> no bleep -- the organization you are working for that i don't like... >> reporter: all right back here live occupied oakland that was one situation we dealt with within the last hour or so, several people have been up to talk with us, a lot of people are saying it is early and again not one spokesperson, another crew felt threatened enough to call oakland police and police came out however with no situation develop being and no tense situation they took off and left. it is quiet and as far as the conditions they have met the city's concerns and some people are saying the city may be ramping up to kick them out and that's the very latest here from occupied oakland. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> oakland firefighters battling a tough fire at a home that had a legal growing marijuana operation. they rushed to the oakland hills around 4:30 last night four people including two children got out unharmed. the fire start
includes corretta scott king and billy holiday. the senator was chosen by a national panel of judges. >> she was chosen because of her work on behalf of americans everywhere. her work for veterans, her push for health care, educational efforts. she really is tenacious on behalf of her constituents. >> she will be honored on behalf of the national hall of fame. rosa parks and helen keller are honored here also for their valuable tricks to the country. >> i couldn't have anticipated it. i had the ability to work in service and community but nothing as significant as this honor. >> seneca falls is believed to be the inspiration for the town in frank capra's classic "it's a wonderful life." it has been a wonderful life for this highland town native. in seneca falls, new york, deborah weiner. >> and deborah will have reports throughout the senator's hall of fame weekend including her acceptance speech this weekend. >> the first lady caught on camera this week doing one of her favorite things, shopping at target. michelle obama was photographed in sunglasses and a baseball hat shopping at
of the women's rights movement, debra weiner. >> senator mikulski was one of 11 in dubie is a law with billie holiday and coretta scott king. [sirens] >> and new law and a penalty for brolin drivers -- and -- for maryland the drivers for texting while driving. >> she was just a wonderful child and i probably miss her giggle more than anything. q is a very special young woman. >> his life changed forever while visiting his daughter of florida in 2008. >> she was stopped at a light along with nine other cars of a tractor-trailer driver can up over a hill and he was texting his company at the time. he had all nine cars and never applied his brakes. he killed my daughter in some way. >> the harford county native started advocating for stricter texting loss in maryland that we became obsessed with letter- writing and we made lots of phone calls and a lot of research. we just became a pest. we just kept trying and trying. >> his successful campaign for the 2009 text vent block relates to the . >> the lot right now -- before today, law was that you could not write a text while you were driving but
the baltimore marathon, the ravens put their best foot forward. kicker billy condon in a win over the houston texans. kicks were critical in the riches superbowl. houston took the lead. ravens did respond with joe flacko going deep with two connections, and ray rice on the ground would roll up 100 rushing yards, this long run lead to another touchdown that helped the ravens beat the texans 29-14. >> >> i don't care whether we run it, pass it, we need to execute and today, it was a day that it didn't look pretty at first, but in the second half, we got it all together and joe flacko made some of the throws that he made. >> i think it was huge for us. now, we have to move on. we have a long week. we have jacksonville coming up. we ain't sleeping on nobody, no matter what their record is. >> we have a team that knows how to win. they found a way to win against a real tough team. >> reporter: you heard ray lewis mention jacksonville, monday night football. that's where the ravens go next. jacksonville, a loser at pittsburgh on sunday. back to you. >> >> ravens will be in jacksonville and back on
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in the upcoming billy bob partner because jayne mansfield's car, which is about neither. [laughter] but i think chuck is one line? he practiced the same line over and over. we'd sit on a plane. i forget the line. it was four or five words. it was like he was cursing shakespeare way monologue or something. when is that coming out? >> what was robert duvall. i did want to mess up anything. they think adobe out maybe next fall. there's not a release date set yet, but that's what billy told me would probably be late next year. it is a script that really cowrote and stars and directs finance marvelous and funny and serious and you're all going to really enjoy it. it was an honor to disappear but the shortest billy called me. we've been friends for a long time. he said i needed them. and it's some young guys and some 60s music. so i found some guy, they auditioned and got the gig. he is grateful and coming back and said he worked out. we have until the keyboard spot. you know, these do sometimes have an older guy. [laughter] is that i can do that, yet i can do that. so he graciously put me in and sai
's coming up. and coming up from remote african villages to madison square garden, reverend billy graham has campaigned around the world and now he takes an new challenge at 93, almost 93. what is it? his son will tell us. and is it trick-or-treat? you have to see this halloween spectacle. stay tuned. >> reverend billy graham's son, reverend franklin graham goes on the record in 60 seconds. but first let's go to the headlines. >> thank you. hundreds of protesters in oakland marching this very hour toward city hall. the occupy wall street protesters are being met by police officeners riot gear. the march comes hours after police removed some 170 demonstrators who have been staying overnight on the plaza outside of city hall. 85 people have been arrested. you are looking at live video. and turkey is specking a flood of assistance as they try to recover from a massive earthquake. the death toll from sunday's 7.2 quake is 459. many more victims remain buried under thousands of collapsed building in eastern turkey. but scenes like this are keeping hopes arrive appear 2 week old baby girl, her mot
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